Dyscalculia: Action plans for successful learning in mathematics Paperback – 6 Dec 2012
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'There is a set of parent’s information sheets that can be photocopied by a teacher so parents can help their own children. I would recommend this book to any classroom teacher or support assistant working with a pupil who has a mathematical difficulty. It is full of important information, examples of good practice, and great practical ideas for support.' - Dyslexia Review
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Glynis Hannell is an educational consultant and award winning author. She has previously published with Routledge, David Fulton and Corwin Press
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Now about the edition. Oh my goodness!! Was there even an editor for it? There are so many typos, weird ones, and they come about once per page. Also there are a lot of text boxes for highlighted info but they are impossible to read on a Kindle. The type in the boxes is tiny, white type on black background, and cannot be resized. Granted if I read this on my iPad or iPhone I could resize the box to read it, but I read almost exclusively on my Kindle Paperwhite and the boxes are next to impossible to read. I can kind of decipher them if I turn the brightness all the way up. I find myself getting out my iPad to read the boxes. That's convenient, especially when you're laying in bed.
I don't mind the typos and such when it's the free classic books…ones that have been typed up by volunteers and such, but this is a $35 ebook that looks like it was slapped together and thrown online, with no consideration of they type of devices on which it would be read. Maybe that's why I haven't finished it yet…I dread reading it because of the terrible typos and the illegible text boxes. As of now, it has not been worth the money. I'll see if there was enough info to make it worth the price when I finish it.
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